Lawson's Dry Hills
Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Region: Marlborough
Winemaker: Marcus Wright/Rebecca Wiffen
Alcohol: 13%  pH: 3.25  RS: 3.8g/L  
TA: 6.8g/L  Brix: 21.5 - 22.3

Made from a selected fruit from our Waihopai and Chaytors Road vineyards, a portion of this wine underway wild fermentation in both older French oak barriques, puncheons and stainless steel tanks.
This wine has intense aromas of lemongrass, passionfruit and fresh herbs, the palate is crisp and dry and is packed with tropical.


Two to four years

Food Match

Grilled crayfish with herb butter, asparagus with lemon, olive oil and feta cheese.

Tasting Note & accolades (PDF)

Bottle Price: $25.00Buy Now
Case Price (6 bottles): $150.00Buy Now
New release

Awards & Reviews

Taste Magazine (NZ) - Best Sauvignon Blancs $20.00-$30.00

Weighty wine with impressive concentration and complexity. Passionfruit, struck match/mineral and green capsicum flavours with a suggestion of cashew nut.

Bob Campbell MW - Five Stars - 95 points.

Weighty wine with greater concentration and complexity than the regular label. Passionfruit, struck match, mineral and green capsicum flavours, with a suggestion of cashew nut. An impressive wine with development potential

Cuisine Magazine issue 180 - Five Stars and Top 10

Smokey intrigue greets the nostrils. Aline of flinty smokiness extends across the palate, providing focus and texture, harmonising with the white peach and greengage notes. This is a wine you would happily match with steamed Marlborough mussels.